In Excel, there are times when you need to convert formula results into text or simply replace formulas with their values. This process ensures that the data is static and not subject to change due to updates in the source cells.

How to Convert Formulas to Text in Excel? |

### How Do You Convert Formula Data to Text in Excel?

**To convert formula data to text, you can use the "Paste Special" feature. Here's how:**

- Select the cells with the formula results.
- Copy the selected cells (Ctrl+C).
- Right-click on the destination cell and select "Paste Special."
- Choose "Values" and click "OK."

### How to Convert Formula Values to Text in Excel?

**To convert formula values to text:**

- Copy the cells with the formula results.
- Right-click on the destination cell.
- Select "Paste Special."
- In the Paste Special dialog, select "Values" and click "OK."

### How Do You Remove Formula and Keep Value in Excel?

**To remove a formula and keep only the value:**

- Select the cells with formulas.
- Copy the cells (Ctrl+C).
- Right-click on the same cells or a new location.
- Choose "Paste Special" > "Values" to paste only the values.

### How Do I Copy a Formula Result in Excel as Text?

**To copy a formula result as text:**

- Select the cell with the formula result.
- Copy the cell (Ctrl+C).
- Right-click on the destination cell.
- Select "Paste Special" > "Values" to paste the result as text.

### How to Convert Excel Formulas to Values?

- Highlight the cells containing the formulas.
- Press Ctrl+C to copy.
- Right-click on the cells and choose "Paste Special."
- Select "Values" and click "OK."

### How Do I Get Excel to Show Values Instead of Formulas?

**To display values instead of formulas:**

- Select the cells with formulas.
- Press Ctrl+` (the grave accent key, usually located above the Tab key) to toggle between showing formulas and values.

### How Do I Copy Only Values from a Formula in Excel?

**To copy only values:**

- Select the cells with the formulas.
- Copy the cells (Ctrl+C).
- Right-click on the destination and choose "Paste Special."
- Select "Values" and click "OK."

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### How to Transpose Data in Excel?

**To transpose data:**

- Select the range of cells you want to transpose.
- Copy the selected cells (Ctrl+C).
- Right-click on the destination cell where you want the transposed data to appear.
- Select "Paste Special" and check the "Transpose" box.
- Click "OK."

### How Do You Copy Only Text from a Formula in Excel?

**To copy only text:**

If the formula results in text, simply copy the cell and use "Paste Special" > "Values" to paste the text.

### How Does the TEXT Formula Work in Excel?

- The TEXT function converts numbers into text with a specific format. The syntax is:
- =TEXT(value, format_text)

- For example, =TEXT(1234.567, "0.00") converts the number 1234.567 to "1234.57".

### How to Convert Data to Text in Excel?

**To convert data to text:**

- Use the TEXT function as described above.
- Alternatively, select the cells, right-click, choose "Format Cells," and set the format to "Text."

### How Do You Show Formulas as Text in Excel?

**To display formulas as text:**

Precede the formula with a single quote ('). For example, entering '=SUM(A1:A10) will show the formula as text.

### How Do You Convert Numbers to Text in Excel Formula?

**To convert numbers to text:**

Use the TEXT function. For example, =TEXT(1234, "0") converts the number 1234 to the text "1234."

Converting formulas to text or values in Excel helps in preparing data for presentations, reports, or further analysis. Understanding these methods ensures that your data remains consistent and easily manageable.